an infinite baffle enclosure is best (no enclosure to bounce the sound waves back to the speaker).
Am planning to buy in-ceiling speakers for ambience and 'non home theater' music, to be installed throughout the house. Question:
How important is it to have a 'back-can' or 'enclosure' at the back of the speaker? Does it make a big difference?
Am looking at 3 options:
1. polk audio RCi60 ($120 per speaker)
2. Paradigm AMS 100 ($130 per speaker)
3. Tannoy CVS 6 ($180 per speaker)